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Four Royals on ASG team, but Blue Jay tops all

The Kansas City Royals lead all teams with four All-Star starters, while Josh Donaldson of the Toronto Blue Jays and Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals are top vote-getters.

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Donaldson leads All-Star vote-getters

Blue Jays 3B Josh Donaldson racked up an MLB-high 14,090,188 votes for the All-Star Game, breaking the single-season record set by Josh Hamilton in 2012.

AL All-Star infield starters

The top votegetters for the American League:

  • 1B Miguel Cabrera, Tigers
  • 2B Jose Altuve, Astros
  • SS Alcides Escobar, Royals
  • 3B Josh Donaldson, Blue Jays
  • C Salvador Perez, Royals
  • Watch All-Star selection show

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Bautista, Jays pound Verlander (0:47)
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Blue Jays power through Tigers

Toronto used a 6-run 5th to avoid a sweep against Justin Verlander and Detroit. Jose Bautista contributed to the 10-5 victory with his 17th HR of the season. Box score

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Verlander won't get first win today

Justin Verlander lasted only 5 innings (7 runs) and exited with a big deficit, meaning his first win of 2015 must wait. The Tigers trail the Blue Jays 9-3 in the 7th. Follow live

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Verlander falls apart in the 5th

Justin Verlander entered the inning having retired 12 of the last 13 Blue Jays. But Toronto spotted 6 runs -- including a pair of HRs -- in the 5th and lead the Tigers 7-0. Follow live

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Verlander cruising after rough 1st

Justin Verlander has gone to work since surrendering a pair of hits and a run to start the game vs. the Blue Jays. A walk to start the 4th snapped Verlander's streak of 9 retired in a row. Follow live

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Verlander looking for first win

Justin Verlander has made three starts this season, and the Tigers have lost all three. The former MVP looks to get into the win column as Detroit hosts Toronto. Follow live

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Martinez, Price fuel Tigers (0:52)
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Price, Tigers topple Toronto

David Price threw seven innings, giving up only run, and Detroit knocked in 8 for the win at Comerica Park. Box score

Price gets key out to keep Jays scoreless

David Price got Toronto's Danny Valencia to ground into a double play, which is notable because he came into the at bat slugging .882 and hitting .706 (12-for-17) against Price in their previous 21 plate appearances. The Tigers lead the Jays 4-0 in the 4th inning. Follow live

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Final: Tigers 8, Blue Jays 6

Anibal Sanchez carried a no-hitter into the 8th inning, but he and the Tigers had to withstand a big Blue Jays' rally, eventually salvaging a win to snap their 3-game skid. Box score

Blue Jays' offense has exploded

After failing to register a hit through the first seven-plus innings, Toronto has five of them in the 8th inning. The Blue Jays have cut Detroit's lead from 8-0 to 8-6. And the Jays are still batting. Follow live

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More no-hitter bad luck for Sanchez

For the third time since 2009, Anibal Sanchez took a no-hit bid into the 8th inning. And, for the third time, he wasn't able to complete it. The Tigers still lead the Blue Jays 8-1. Follow live

Carrera ends Sanchez's no-hit bid

Blue Jays LF Ezequiel Carrera singled with one out in the 8th to spoil Anibal Sanchez's attempt at a 2nd career no-hitter. The Tigers right-hander previously threw a no-no in 2006 with the Marlins. Follow live

Watch: Sanchez chasing 2nd no-hitter

Tigers right-hander Anibal Sanchez has held Toronto without a hit through 7 innings. He threw a no-no in 2006 while with the Marlins. Bonus coverage on ESPN, WatchESPN

Sanchez takes no-hitter into 8th

Seven innings have come and gone and the Blue Jays are still seeking their first hit against Tigers starter Anibal Sanchez (90 pitches, 5 K's, 2 BB). Detroit holds a 7-0 lead. Follow live

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Sanchez working on no-hitter

Tigers RHP Anibal Sanchez hasn't allowed a hit to the Blue Jays into the 7th inning. Sanchez is bidding for his 2nd career no-hitter. Bonus coverage on ESPN, WatchESPN

Sanchez no-hitting Jays through 5

Detroit's Anibal Sanchez has yet to allow a hit tonight against Toronto. The right-hander has thrown 65 pitches through 5 innings and walked one. Sanchez threw a no-hitter in 2006 while with the Marlins. Follow live

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs4601st
Batting Average.2674th
On Base Percentage.3342nd
Slugging Percentage.4491st
Earned Run Average4.2425th
Quality Starts3623rd
WHIP1.3018th
BAA.25517th

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